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Mr. Lee Alperin, the former President of this organization, will bring his multimedia presentation back about the:
At the Estonia House, June 16 at 7PM, please click the topic for more information.
Tickets $10 members, $15 non members
Thank you all who attended our Annual Meeting on Friday, May 8 and thanks for active participation.
FF NY Chapter wishes to congratulate our scholarship recipients:
Lucy Abrams, Adrina Lacovache-Pana, Eeva Siivonen, Erica Askolin, Heidi Tirkkonen, Jaakko Sarparanta, Neal Simons, Oscar Somersalo, Maarit Aakko, Marjaana Alanko, Markus Kaitila, Natalie Rita and Mervi Markala.
In the Fall, among other events, we will not have one but two concerts commemorating the 150th anniversary of the best known Finn, Jean Sibelius. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to help us make these events come true.
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Mark your calendars!
June 16, Tuesday
Last event of the season; Lee Alperin lecture. More information to follow.
The Finlandia Foundation New York Metropolitan Chapter has a distinguished record of awarding scholarships to qualified individuals for study in the United States and Finland in such fields as: science, medicine, business, music, art, history, education, and Finnish studies. Read more of the details and application process.
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